Sunday, December 8, 2013

President's Choice Sea Salt & Toffee Chocolate Squares; a great new holiday treat!


As advertised, President's Choice Sea Salt & Toffee Chocolate Squares really deliver a tasty combination of sweet and salty. One side is a solid, not-too-sweet dark chocolate, and the other is a melt-in-your-mouth milk chocolate with little crunchy toffee pieces and sea salt. You could say that one side is guilt-free and the other is pure pleasure. But get it now, because this is a "Limited Edition" product.

So why do I like it so much? It is true that I am an avid dark chocolate eater.  But I remember what it was like to enjoy milk chocolate as a child, a teenager and a young adult. So I appreciate any brand that tries to combine both milk and dark chocolate to satisfy the needs of any kind of chocolate lover (this is obvious to anyone who knows that I invented the chocolate TOFFLE).  And although scrumptious as is, it is also fun to pry the dark and milk chocolate squares apart to savour the individual flavours.  It is the same sort of fun that you get out of an Oreo cookie.

The box is more practical-looking than 'gifty', so it would be a good treat to take out of the box and add to your holiday dessert platters (or enjoy with a coffee on Christmas morning).

There are no artificial flavours in this product and no colours added. And the price is right at $4.99 for a 200 gram box.

Here are the package details:

President's Choice Sea Salt & Toffee Chocolate Squares
Loblaws, Inc. (Toronto, ON)
www.presidentschoice.ca
Ingredients: sugar, unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, milk powder, toffee pieces (sugar, glucose syrup, cream, butter), milk fat, sea salt, sunflower lecithin, natural flavour. May contain tree nuts, soy and wheat.

Note: I have not been paid or rewarded (as much as I would like free samples!) for writing about this product.  As usual, I just like the taste and thought I would share with all of you holiday chocolate shoppers. In fact, the company has no idea that I am giving the gift of free advertising this year.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for this review... I was staring at this in my store and decided not to buy it. Now I may have to return to pick it up! Have you tried their milk chocolate enrobed caramel thin? It's a new variation of their dark chocolate enrobed mint fondant (aka. After 8 PC style)

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